The year 2010 will be the last time you will see the Ferrari F430 GT in action in the ALMS. Considering the production version was already replaced by the new 458 Italia, the same fate will also strike at the racing version. And who better to produce a rendering of the future racing car than Jonsibal and, lucky for us, he has already done it.

He inspired his 458 GT from the current 430 GT, but the result is quite impressive nonetheless. He added some wider, yet more subtle, fenders, race wheels, a race interior, and, of course, the usual sponsor decals. The result is a 458 GT prepared for the RISI Competizione.

Of course the production version will be powered by the same 4.5 liter V8 engine that will deliver 570 HP, but for the racing version, Ferrari will mostly focus on improving the car’s aerodynamics and weight. The F1 technology will also be present, so expect the next 458 GT to be a lot quicker than its road going version.


Source: jonsibal

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  (647) posted on 09.12.2010

The power that this car releases on races is tremendously powerful, the should really focus on its aerodynamics.

  (158) posted on 07.27.2010

What about the torque? They haven’t say anything about it.

  (1332) posted on 07.25.2010

I love this more than the previous Jaguars where the ensemble is ugly.

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